Community Link Groups
Following feedback from our tenants we have launched our new Community Link Groups to give tenants, leaseholders and residents the opportunity to further shape their local community.
Taking place at locations across the district, the Groups provide an essential forum for tenants and leaseholders to raise issues and ideas that are important to them and are specific to their local community with officers and councillors from the District Council and partner organisations such as Nottinghamshire Police.
Light refreshments will be available and there is no need to book your place at these meetings; just turn up on the day.
Next Community Link Group meetings
The launch of the new Community Link Groups will take place throughout August and September at the following locations:
- Cleveland Square Community Centre, Hawtonville – 17 August, 5pm - 6pm
- William Ghent House, Balderton – 29 August, 6pm – 7pm
- Coghill Court, Southwell – 19 September, 6pm – 7pm
- Beaumont Walk, Yorke Drive – 27 September, 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Vine Way, Collingham and De Lacy Court Community Link Groups were launched in the last few weeks, but you can still get involved by attending the next meetings at:
- Vine Way, Newark – 6 September, 5pm – 6pm
- William Bailey House, Collingham – 14 September, 10am – 12 noon
- De Lacy Court, Ollerton – 26 September, 6pm – 7pm
Local Influence Network
The new Community Link Groups will complement and provide feedback to the already established Local Influence Networks (LINs).
The Groups will provide a local focus and help the LIN Chairs and the District Council identify actions to address feedback specific to the community involved. Issues and ideas discussed at the Community Link Groups will be raised to the local LIN Chair for further discussion at the LIN meetings through to the District Council for consideration.
More information is available on our Local Influence Network webpage including details on how you can get involved and when the next meetings are taking place.
Become an Involved Tenant
Tenants can get involved in many engagement opportunities, this includes policy reviews, mystery shopping, estate walkabouts and much more.